All you need is love… & a heart of service. That’s what Quinn has in spades. Like so many other young people these days, she’s often strapped for cash. Even so, Quinn wanted to do something to contribute to breast cancer research & lend her support in finding a cure. How do I know? Because she’s my daughter.
As a theater arts grad student, she’s got her hands full… when she’s not in class, keeping up with her own studies, or getting ready for a theater production, Quinn teaches the fundamentals of costume production to undergrads & works at a nearby bookstore to make ends meet. In her spare time (“Yeah, right, mom!”), she’s a competitive ballroom dancer & creative artist who enjoys making things. Quinn pours her heart & soul into designing & making ballroom costumes, curating antique clothing, & designing & making quilts—from scratch. Take a peek at Quinn’s Portfolio.
To do her part to contribute to the cure, Quinn took to heart C Arts Gallery’s invitation to create a work of art using only shades of pink. She designed & made a beautiful quilted wall hanging, which is now on view & for sale at the gallery. All or a portion of the proceeds of Quinn’s & other artists’ work will support breast cancer research.
The show is called: Passion for the Cure: Art Expressing Hope, Awareness, & Celebration of Life. C Arts Gallery is owned & managed by Cheryl Shaw, Executive Director of the Puget Sound affiliate of the Susan G. Komen Foundation.
Big hugs & mighty blessings to the courageous women & men & their families who face breast cancer day after day, month after month, year after year… & to Cheryl for her heart & vision… & to all the artists for their imagination & beautiful works of art for the cure.
The truly wealthy are those who give until it feels good.
Pass It On!
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